The UK government has announced a 10-year ‘Public Sector Geospatial Agreement’, delivered by Ordnance Survey, to increase location data available to the public sector.
The Royal Town Planning Institute is calling for planners with specialist knowledge of the high street and its changing needs to apply to become High Streets Task Force (HSTF) experts.
10 things you need to know about the government’s latest plans for planning from Nigel Hewitson and Ben Stansfield of Gowling WLG.
Eutopia Homes has secured planning permission for a new £130m sustainable ‘urban village’ on a 15-acre brownfield site previously owned by Network Rail.
Six councils across the UK will receive a share of £1.2m to drive innovative digital projects to improve public services, the government has announced.
The government has revealed plans to put good design and place-making at the heart of a reformed planning system.
A new state-of-the-art science and engineering building at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) has been given the green light.
A site that was supposed to host the world’s most sustainable residential tower has been taken over by developer Southern Grove who will develop 170 affordable homes.
Anna Relph, associate director at Turley, discusses the recent introduction of the Chartered Town Planner Degree Apprenticeship and how it could help provide a solution to the planning sector’s skills gap challenge.
Planning has been approved for the 58,000 sq ft underground bunker, Storybox, which will see the creation of workspace for industries in the heart of Nine Elms, Vauxhall.
Shropshire Council failed to put measures in place to prevent balls hitting a new house when it approved planning permission, forcing a village cricket club to find a new venue.
Yesterday (27 February), the Court of Appeal ruled that the expansion of Heathrow Airport had failed to take climate obligations into account and was, therefore ‘unlawful’ - as the industry responds.
Housing sites of 2,000 or more properties take an average of eight years to deliver their first home from the initial planning application, according to research by Lichfields.
The government needs to form active partnerships with leading companies within the private sector to ensure the UK can meet its infrastructure goals, says Jerald Solis, CEO of Experience Invest.